As if cybersecurity weren't already challenging enough, the pandemic has added another layer of complexity and risk for your business clients.
At the same time, their attack surface has grown considerably by enabling staff to work from home, bad actors are scanning for vulnerabilities in remote working tools. Worse, these cybercriminals are exploiting fears about the outbreak with phishing scams impersonating relief agencies and even the World Health Organization.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) expects the frequency and severity of cyberattacks to increase over the coming weeks and months.
Vigilance is required. But what does that mean? How can you help your clients to keep their employees safe with keeping their systems and data secure?
We've assembled a panel of experts to talk about these questions and more. Join us to get insight on these critical questions:
- What are the biggest cybersecurity risks to business right now?
- What can businesses without IT teams do right now to secure their remote workforce?
- What tools are key to protect against work-from-home threats?
- What are the hidden risks of human error with remote work?
- How does telework impact data integrity and regulatory compliance?
- Should businesses adopt the Zero Trust Principle?
Rob Rae, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Datto
Peter Radizeski, Telecom & Cloud Consultant, Rad-Info
Nancy Ridge, Founder & President, Ridge Innovative
Jared Martin, Vice President, Managed Services Business, TPx
Thursday, April 23, 2020 11AM ET
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